In practice the formation of three groups that have marked the Last Database debates according to their alignment isobserved . The right, in which groups with more extreme and moderate tendencies coexist, hafunctioned as the most consolidated bloc. Although there have been some gestures of symbolic distancing from the Last Database more moderate sectors, the internal discipline has been indisputable. This block brings together approximately 38 conventional. The Last Database second block has been made up of the People's List, the independents of social movements, representatives of native peoples and the Communist Party.
Although this is the largest bloc in the Last Database Convention, it has also been the least disciplined and there have been several internal frictions. Approximately 60 constituents belong to this group. Finally, the Broad Front, which was in alliance Last Database with the PC for the constitutional elections, has found itself with the Socialist Party (called Socialist Collective in the Convention), which has also distanced itself from its electoral Last Database allies of the Christian Democracy and others. parties in the traditional centre-left coalition.
These two, moreover, have acted closely with a Last Database group of more moderate independents (called Non-Neutral Independents). Broad Front, Socialist Collective and Non-Neutral Independents have ended up functioning as a hinge, which has given them a Last Database significant share of power. Approximately 46 conventionals are on this block. The rest of the conventional ones, that is, about 11, are not aligned. A clear example of its dynamics were the first votes held by the Convention, in which the president and Last Database vice president were elected. Elisa Loncon , a Mapuche representative, was elected president , and Jaime Bassa, an independent constituent, but elected on the Broad Front list, was elected vice president. This was the ticket pushed by the Broad Front and the Socialist Collective. These were imposed.